Sucre Hotels

Sucre, Bolivia is a well-known stop for many travelers seeking Bolivia's historic colonial riches. Sucre Hotels are housed in a variety of settings, from white stucco and wrought iron charm to a rustic hostel tucked away in a shaded alleyway. The city of Sucre, along with Potosi, is one of the names that come to mind when you think of Spanish colonial rule in Bolivia.

A number of modest as well as finer hotels cater to the visitor to Sucre, Bolivia with excellent locations, reasonable rates, as well as clean and comfortable accommodations.

Visitors looking for cheap hotels in Sucre are fortunate to have a few different options, as Bolivia is one of the least expensive South American Countries to visit. Backpackers flock to the clean and affordable Sucre Hostel. This clean and friendly European style hostel is just minutes from the town square and it is only $4.50 for a single room, and a room in a 6 person shared room is only $3.50.

Hotel Capital Plaza, right on the main square, is an excellent location for your hotel stay in Sucre. An inner courtyard, grace the Spanish style hotel, which is made complete with a stone fountain. Here you can enjoy a very pleasant and comfortable stay in one of the clean and well-lit rooms for $55 dollars. A healthy and generous breakfast is included. This hotel has 40 rooms, and so you can feel free to ask for a room in the front which would overlook the main plaza, or a room in the back overlooking the serene courtyard.

If you're only in town for a few nights and want to enjoy your accommodations, spend the extra $25 and upgrade to the Presidential suite, which is $80 a night. Overlooking the main plaza, this suite has a great view of the comings and goings but might be too much for some. Escape to the Jacuzzi in the enormous bathroom when the noise and the noonday sun becomes too much for you. Antique French doors, a dressing room, and colonial style antiques are a charming backdrop well worth the expense on your visit to Sucre, Bolivia.

Red tile roofs and white stucco walls that lend to Sucre's nickname of The White City adorn the exterior of the Paola Hostal. The airy and elegant indoor patio is a cool, quiet place to relax with a cool drink after spending a morning walking around town. Retreat to the serenity of the garden out back; the high walls create an inviting retreat from the bustle of the city. You will want to try at least one meal in the rustic dining area of this Sucre Hotel. Take a seat in one of the heavy wooden chairs and admire the fine dinnerware on display. All you pay is $25 for a single and $35 for a double. These are enormous, clean, and quiet rooms with a nice seating area by the window, where you can watch the people come and go.

As everything in Sucre is located within walking distance, the conveniently located Hotel Independencia is a good starting point for your walking tour of Sucre, which is known for its excellent chocolates and sweets. A lot of tourists on overnight stays use the Hotel Independencia, which is included in some tour packages of Sucre.

Cruz de Popayan Hostel with its private bathrooms and spacious rooms is a very affordable $15 USD for a single, and $20 for a double. Only two blocks from the town's main square, this is a great deal as well. Hotel Real Audencia, Hotel Municipal Simon Whether you're looking for cheap hotels in Sucre or you prefer finer accommodations, tucked away on a narrow side street in the understated elegance of a quaint 17th century building, one of Sucre's hotels and hostels are sure to fit the bill.



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